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Samsung HT-BD1250 Blu-ray Home Theater System (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • 1-disc BD/DVD
  • HDMI-CEC function allows all products in the system to discover and communicate with each other.
  • Wireless ready
  • Stream Blockbuster, Netflix, YouTube & Pandora
  • BD Wise: perfect replay of Samsung Blu-ray disc
  • iPod connectivity compatible
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameSamsung
Item Weight34.6 pounds
Product Dimensions17.3 x 13.6 x 2.6 inches
Item model numberHT-BD1250XAA
Output Wattage1000 watts
Color NameBlack
Specification MetEnergy Star
Item Display Height2.56 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB001XCX9V6
Best Sellers Rank #104,685 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight35 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableJanuary 1, 2009
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Samsung
  • Model: HT-BD1250XAA
  • Output Channel Quantity: 5
  • Output Wattage: 1000 Watts
  • Tuner Technology: FM
  This Product Is ENERGY STAR® Qualified
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Expand your entertainment choices to a degree never before possible with Samsung’s HT-BD1250 Blu-ray Home Theater System. In addition to the hi-def pleasures of a Blu-ray Disc Player that also up-converts regular DVDs, it provides the personalized entertainment options of streaming Netflix and the music of Pandora. Enjoy stored music and media favorites using the iPod dock with video, audio and iPhone support. And the WiFi* ready and PC Connected/Streaming features let you wirelessly view pictures, listen to music and more from virtually any PC in the house directly to your Home Theater System.


The easy way to upgrade your home theater experience

Sleek, modern design

Key Features

  • Integrated Blu-Ray
  • 1000W Output power
  • MP3/Jpeg viewer playback
  • 5.1 channel home theater audio system
  • 2 way speakers
  • Netflix and Pandora
  • Crystal Amplifier Technology
  • iPod dock with video, audio + iphone support
  • USB Host Play: you don't need to burn CDs or DVDs to enjoy music, video clips or photos on your home theater system-just plug a portable device into the USB port for instant entertainment.
  • BD Profile 2.0
  • Smart Volume 
  • WiFi ready
  • DNSe: Smart Volume
  • Energy Star Compliant: reduces energy consumption
  • Kelp Cone front and center speakers
  • BD Wise: perfect replay of Samsung Blu-ray disc
  • PC Connected/ streaming
  • 2 optical audio Inputs


Technical Specifications

  • Component video out: 1
  • Composite video out: 1
  • HDMI-CEC out: 1PC input (15-pin, D-Sub): 1
  • Optical in: 1,2

*Samsung WiFi dongle required

Product Description

Blu-Ray Home Theater

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

When contacted Samsung tech support they asked me to ship the unit to them for repair.
Nazeer H. Kizhakkedathu
As for the wireless network/Internet integration itself, I've tested Pandora and it works well; haven't tested Netflix on demand yet.
Dave R.
Another year later, the unit started to stop in the middle of movies and start skipping all over the movie.
Susannah

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241 of 247 people found the following review helpful By Dave R. on May 11, 2009
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After deciding on a Samsung HTIB system to integrate with my 2-year-old Samsung 46" HDTV, I came across this HT-BD1250 system at Best Buy with all the features I wanted (Bluray, surround sound with wireless to the rear speakers, Anynet+ integration, iPod integration), plus a few that I decided were "nice-to-have" (wireless network integration/Pandora/Netflix). Once I realized I would need to add the Samsung SWA-4000 wireless speaker amplifier and additional HDMI and optical cables for integration with my TV and HD/DVR cable box, the total package through Amazon was by far the best deal and way to go.

First quick note: You DO NOT need anything other than BASIC HDMI cables, which when purchased as a package here with Amazon are 80+% cheaper (even with the shipping charge from the third-party vendors) than if you buy them at Best Buy or other brick/mortar. DON'T BELIEVE THE HYPE on so-called "higher end" HDMI cables.

As for the HTIB system itself, I found that the documentation guided me through most of my installation/cabliing scenarios, and everything worked pretty much the first time once I powered everything up. I needed to make a few calls to Samsung tech support to get everything configured the way I wanted (I had some specific questions about the video/resolution modes switching between HD and non-HD inputs), but the support was English-speaking and reasonably competent. (I only got one "bum steer" from their tech support when I was making what turned out to be a user error on my part with the iPod integration, but the tech also didn't identify it correctly and wanted me to send the unit in for service at my own expense...not an acceptable option.
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60 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Nazeer H. Kizhakkedathu on November 10, 2009
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I have been using this unit for about 4 months now and was very happy with it even though sometimes I have noticed that it just shuts down in the middle of watching a movie. Today it prompted me for a firmware upgrade. Since it is connected to the internet the firmware upgrade was automatic. But after the firmware upgrade the unit just shows LOAD message and doesn't do anything. A Google search reveals that many people have the same issue with the firmware upgrade. When contacted Samsung tech support they asked me to ship the unit to them for repair. Even though this problem was reported days back, I am surprised they haven't pulled the firmware upgrade, also the support is not very helpful in that they are not willing to make a correction to my address on their record even though I requested it twice. Bad firmware upgrade and poor support makes this product bad.

Update 11/25/2009 :

Today CVE called me to inform me that I have to pay about 160USD for repairs for my BD player I have bought only 2 months back. I Called samsung support and they told me I am out of warranty since I bought the product in 2004 (BD player in 2004 :-). After talking 1 hour with Samsung support and uploading purchase proof, they have agreed to start repair in 2 - 4 weeks. And I have given my address atleast 5 times to them and still they ask every time I call them.

The firmware issue and the poor support makes this product worse.

Update 12/05/2009 :

I still haven't received the unit even though their website says the case is closed. No tracking number or whatsoever. Called the customer service, and I was told that it is repaired and the customer service wouldn't know when it will be actually shipped.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By D. Miller on May 14, 2009
Bought a Samsung LN52A650 before xmas which I thoroughly love and have been debating what audio to match it up with. Blu-ray and 5.1 were a must but buying both a player and 5.1 amp plus matching speakers/subwoofer can get pretty spendy. TA-DA...this thing shows up. Not being 5.1 savvy before this I wasn't prepared for the rear speakers to pretty much stay quiet but when they get the right feed its awesome.

My set up:
DirecTV HDDVR hdmi to the LN52A650 for broadcast TV.
BD1250 hdmi to LN52A650 for BD/DVD/CD/IPod/Pandora/FM/camera/etc.
Network cables wired direct from DSL modem to BD1250, LN52A650 and HDDVR. (The wife loves Pandora...check out their website if you love music and aren't familiar with them.)
Optical audio from DirecTV HDDVR to HT-BD1250 if I want to listen to 5.1 from DirecTV. Note: It says in the LN52A650 documents that going from it to another audio system is always at best "stereo" no matter what type of connector you use. The heck with that ...I went optical from the HDDVR to the 1250. Ratatooie via StarzHD sounds 5.1 fantastic.

This new setup let me "retire" my old Sony "stereo only" amp, an old Panasonic CD player, a Panasonic "progressive" DVD player and a couple of tall Sony speakers. (That stuff is now hooked up and rockin' in the garage.) The vacated shelf space is now occupied by perfect sized wicker baskets that my wife found that are holding much of our DVD collection.

I still use the 3 remotes because I haven't figured out how to get all the functionality I need without them. I usually watch ESPN so, as I've always done, I hit the "ON" button on the DirecTV remote and it fires up the TV and the HDDVR. I left the speakers on the TV set to "on" so on start up the broadcast TV sound comes over them.
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